Denis (album)

Denis
Blondie
Released November 11, 1996
Recorded Compilation
Genre New Wave
Length 44:54
Label Disky Communications (The Netherlands)
EMI (UK & Europe)
Blondie chronology

Remixed Remade Remodeled: The Remix Project
(1995)
Denis
(1996)
Picture This Live
(1997)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2/5 stars[1]

Denis is a midprice compilation album of recordings by the band Blondie first released by Disky Records in The Netherlands in 1996. It includes a number of singles, album tracks, b-sides and a demo of "Platinum Blonde" which previously appeared on the 1994 compilation album The Platinum Collection.

The compilation has since been re-released in UK and Europe by EMI under the title The Essential Collection in 1997 and then again in 1999.

The compilation is notable for including at least one song from every Blondie's album, however omitting the band's biggest hits like "Heart of Glass", "Call Me" and "Rapture".

Track listing

No. TitleWriter(s)Album Length
1. "Denis"  Neil LevensonPlastic Letters 2:17
2. "The Tide Is High"  John Holt / Howard Barrett / Tyrone EvansAutoamerican 3:50
3. "Hanging on the Telephone"  Jack LeeParallel Lines 2:21
4. "Rip Her to Shreds"  Debbie Harry / Chris SteinBlondie 3:19
5. "Picture This"  Harry / Stein / Jimmy DestriParallel Lines 2:55
6. "X Offender"  Harry / Gary ValentineBlondie 3:11
7. "Rifle Range"  Stein / Ronnie ToastBlondie 3:39
8. "For Your Eyes Only"  Stein / HarryThe Hunter 3:06
9. "Susie and Jeffrey"  Harry / Nigel HarrisonB-side to "The Tide Is High" single 4:07
10. "Die Young Stay Pretty"  Harry / SteinEat to the Beat 3:31
11. "Island of Lost Souls"  Stein / HarryThe Hunter 3:48
12. "Platinum Blonde"  HarryThe Platinum Collection 2:17
13. "War Child"  Harrison / HarryThe Hunter 3:59
14. "In the Flesh"  Harry / SteinBlondie 2:30

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